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Sep 20, 2012 | 11:08 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature September 22, 2012

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If you didn't do this in Mario 64, you're lying.

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TharosTheDragonTharosTheDragon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

How did Zach Striefel do the music? Wasn't this Mario music?


Xcyper33 responds:

Yes it was Mario music, but he recreated the classic music instead of taking it directly from the video games.


Xen25Xen25

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yeah, I did this in Mario 64, too. *sigh* Good times, goooooooood times.
*Looks at N64*
... Awwww, why not?
*starts play Mario 64*



MarkmoonedgeMarkmoonedge

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fun Memories :D Always did wonder why the penguin didn't stay with mommy when I saved him the first time... HAHAHAHAHAHAHA That ending :D



09CArventos09CArventos

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Well that was very messed up.
Makes me wish I was able to play that game back in the day.
(Didn't have N64)



hiii111hiii111

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

LMFAO i remmember that so fucking well when I was a Kid, that's exactly how it was, i always slided down that snow-slide, found the fake pengin, ugh, then that snowball was all after me.

I remmember when I gave Mrs.Penguin the litle penguin, she gives me a star, then she just fucking walks around and leaves the Penguin, and she's such a god damn bitch, just leaving it there, walking around, as a little 6 or 8 year old, i just fucking wondered "Why isn't she Grateful enough!?" i got so damn pissed (I was an overly angry gamer and killed almost all my controllers and N64 machine lmao) and then I just took the penguin and dropped it off the stage.

Thank you so much, for warming my heart, making me re-live the old days, Not all Games are "just games", they're something unique and original, because you can relate to the feeling other people have when you grow up, and realize other people did and felt as you did in a game like Super Mario 64, which you didn't realize if you barely wanted to Socialize with anyone as a little kid.

There's some point and a moral, about Human's connections to games like Super Mario 64, there just HAS to be, such a soft spot.

Thank you so much, truly appreciated, i am grateful.


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Xcyper33 responds:

Yes, this animation at its base, is expressing how I felt at the time in visual form. Videogames really can have a profound effect.